Prince George’s County Clean Water Forum This Thursday 11/10

Co-sponsors: Clean Water Action, Anacostia Watershed Restoration Partnership, Anacostia Watershed Society

Free And Open To The Public – Refreshments Served!

Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011                                                        
Time: 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: Forest Heights Mayor’s Office
5508 Arapahoe Drive
Forest Heights, MD  20745 (map)
Click here to download the event flyer

New Clean Water Act Permit a Step Toward Clean Rivers in DC

The single biggest source of pollution in the Anacostia River is stormwater runoff.  Perhaps the most important regulatory framework designed to reduce stormwater polution is the MS4 permit (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System), which is issued to DC directly by EPA Region 3.  AWS and its allies have been engaged in a years long campaign to strengthen this permit - a campaign that is finally coming to fruition today with a 1:00pm release event at Yards Park.

DC Combined Sewer / Separate Sewer Map
The new DC MS4 permit covers the separated sewer system, shown in white



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